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185 cm / 6ft 1in
95 kg / 209 lbs
White / Caucasian
106 cm / 42 in
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91 cm / 36 in
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Credits & experience

  • National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) : Graduate Diploma of Dramatic Art (Voice Studies)
  • University of New England : Graduate Diploma of Humanities (Theatre Studies; Linguistics)
  • Screenwise : Acting for Camera Masterclass
  • Theatre Nepean - UWS : BA (Performance) with Distinction
  • Theatre Nepean : BA (Performance)


Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles

Acting agent

Misc. Pty Ltd

  • English

  • Australian
  • Canadian
  • Irish
  • New Zealand
  • South African
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • UK Welsh
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • Chinese
  • Dutch
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Indian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Latin American
  • Maori
  • Mexican
  • Middle Eastern
  • Russian
  • Spanish

Union memberships
  • Equity
  • MEAA

Nick Curnow graduated from Theatre Nepean (UWS) in 2002, UNE in 2006, and NIDA in 2007. Television appearances include Cops LAC for the Nine Network and Paula's Guide to Love for ABC/Triple JTV. He has appeared in innumerable short films for independents, graduates and film schools, including multiple award winning "Mindfull" (dir. Mike Cardillo), and TV pilot "Apt 304" for SAE/Qantm College (dir. Jordan Flemming, exec. prod. Dean Francis).

He has performed on stages across Sydney from the Opera House Studio (Emergence) to the New Theatre (Take Me Out, James and the Giant Peach), Belvoir St (The Altruists) to SBW Stables (Beautiful Thing) and Parramatta Riverside (Operator). Other acting credits include Titus Andronicus, The Possibilities, Julius Caesar, Mexico City, Naomi in the Living Room, Othello: The Clown of Venice and After Dinner. You can also interact with him online at

He directed Canary for the 2011 Mardi Gras Festival, Interrupting Grace for New Theatre's 2008 Brand Spanking New season, Verity Laughton's Lone Bird in 2009, and Caleb Lewis' Atomograd in 2010.

As a voice and dialect specialist his credits include Company B's Ruben Guthrie; Opera Australia's My Fair Lady; A Picasso, Murderers, Between Us, The God Committee, At Any Cost?, Four Flat Whites in Italy and Halpern & Johnson for Ensemble Theatre; All the Rage; God's Ear, The Laramie Project, Don Juan in Soho, The Sneeze, The Chronic Ills of Robert Zimmerman, Cherry Smoke, Angels in America, Codgers, Ball Game, Airsick, Oh, What a Lovely War (LaSalle SIA Singapore), and Money and Friends (NIDA). His clients include Garry McDonald, Henri Szeps, Caroline Craig, Nancye Hayes, Valentino del Toro, Bel Delia, Stephen Peacocke, Steve Rodgers, and Merrick Watts.


Extras experience

Previous speaking roles

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